Narses   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Narses   - Sassanid king of Persia, 293-302 A.D.
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ChronSynt_96   arahran III ] for 1 year Narses for 18 years Ormisdates
Festus:Brev_14   ter, when, however, King Narses, had been overcome in a
Festus:Brev_25   of the Persians, Narses, fled; his wife and daughters
Festus:Brev_27   Moreover, at Narasara, where Narses was killed, we depar
Oros_7.25   were attacking Africa, and Narseus, king of the Persians,


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